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Business Research Method
Job Motivation and Job Performance: An Exploratory Study in RHB Bank

Lecturer: Dr.Mirza Manirajah Abdullah

Prepared by Student Name: LEE LIAN SENG I/C NO: 710414-10-5663
RIVERBANK ACADEMY SDN BHD NO 3-3 & 5-3, JALAN PUSAT PERNIAGAAN 1, PUSAT PERNIAGAAN SG.JELOK, 43000 KAJANG SELANGOR TEL: 03-87375009 FAX: 03-87395418 WEBSITE: www.riverbankacademy.com.my EMAIL: info@riverbankacademy.com.my

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CONTENTS DESCRIPTION PAGE Introduction To RHB Bank Introduction to Job Motivation and Job Performance page 6 Purpose of Study page 6 Problem Statement page 6 Objective of Study page 8 Limitation of Study page 8 Literature Review page 9 Discussion Page 17 Methodology & Hypothesis of Study page 35 Sampling Procedures page 35 Data Analysis page 39 Summary and Conclusions page 43 Recommendations page 44 page 2

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Introduction

Although formed in 1997, our roots go back in time to the early 90s. Many events since that time have moulded us into the bank we are today. Below is brief run-through of the important dates and events in the history of the RHB Banking Group which include mergers and partnerships with other banks that have ultimately lead to the RHB Banking Group that we are today.

Kwong Yik Bank Berhad


1913 - Established with a start-up capital of RM300,000 at the Old Market Square in Kuala Lumpur, making it Malaya's first local bank



1997 - Merges with DCB Bank Berhad, making it the country's biggest ever banking merger at that time

Sime Bank Berhad (formerly known as UMBC Bank)


1959 - A group of businessmen, led by Mr Chang Ming Thien, a prominent figure in the rubber industry in Malaya and Singapore, sets up the United Malayan Banking Corporation Berhad (UMBC)



1960 - Officially declared open by Prime Minister Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra AlHaj. It is the first commercial bank to be established in…...

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